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FSU Libraries hosts Fall 2018 Symposium: "Climate: Science and Society"

Thursday, November 8, 2018
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On November 8th, the FSU Libraries hosted the Fall symposium in Dirac Science Library on the topic of "Climate: Science and Society." This event brought together interdiscipliary speakers from Anthropology and Classics, to Business, Biological Sciences, and Atmospheric Sciences. The event centered on discussion of the ever-changing nature of climate and its effect on human society. Beginning with a screening of the NOVA documentary "Decoding the Weather Machine" the evening of November 7th, this multi-day, multidisciplinray event brought together a wide range of speakers to discuss how humanity's relationship to the world around it is affected by (and affects) the Earth's climate. This symposium fed attendees’ curiosity, sparked thoughtful discussion, and lead to a greater understanding of the way in which we interact with our planet.

An archived version of the program is available here, and recordings of each session are available through the libraries’ YouTube channel playlist here.

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